Mosque Killer Regrets Not Having Killed More

Quebec Mosque killer, Alexandre Bissonnette, said that he regretted not having killed more people during the attack he carried out at the mosque.  He gave the statement to a social worker at... Read more »

New Brunswick Government Cancels Snow Plow Manufacturing Deal

The New Brunswick Government announced that they have canceled the contract with Quebec Company for manufacturing snow plow. Roger Melanson, the transport minister, made the announcement of the cancellation of contract on... Read more »

Videos Of Quebec City Mosque Shooting Incident Shown In Courtroom

No one would have forgotten the fatal mosque shooting incident that occurred on 29th January 2017 in the Quebec City mosque. If at all the survivors and the widows of the victim had forgotten them,... Read more »

Quebec Not Yet Ready To Handle Humboldt Type Crash

The chief surgeon of the Montreal Canadiens hockey team, David Mulder, is a worried man. He said that he could not sleep during the night when he heard about the bus crash... Read more »

Quebec Under Pressure To Remove Time Limit For Filing Sexual Assault Complaints

Quebec province is under pressure to remove the time limit on victims to file a complaint against sexual assault and marital violence. Currently, the Quebec civil code allows only 30 days’ time... Read more »

Flood Victims Of Quebec Getting Impatient As Anniversary Approaches

It is going to be one year since the massive Quebec floods destroyed many homes. Even now, 77 of the flood victims are seeking shelter provided by the Red Cross. The Red... Read more »

Quebec To See Snow, Rain And Winds: Environment Canada

There is a major storm that will be hitting the Quebec province on Tuesday night that will continue on Wednesday as well. The snow plows will soon be out on the roads... Read more »

Walmart Ends Support For Quebec Training Program

Walmart has withdrawn its support for the training program for people with intellectual disability. Walmart announced that they will no longer give on the job training to people with disabilities in Quebec... Read more »

Quebec Man Suing Federal Government For Getting Extradited To Mexico

Régen Boily from Quebec was extradited to Mexico in 2007. He said that he has faced lots of hardships in the Mexico jail. He is not happy with the way his federal... Read more »

What’s In Store For Quebecers In The Pre-Election Budget?

The elections in Quebec are just six months away. Hence, the Couillard government will be looking to come out with a budget that will please the masses. The government will be expecting... Read more »